Ronin has released Tyler “Spartan” Ganza from our organization, official as of July 29, 2017. Spartan has been with the team since May of 2017, helping establish Ronin’s foothold in Halo Championship Series competitive play as well as Twitch streaming.
The decision was not made lightly by the organization, appreciative of the opportunity to have Tyler as a key member of team Ronin.
“Over the past several months, we as an organization have grown close to Tyler, and we have established a deep appreciation and respect for him as a person. We consider him a member of the Ronin family, and parting ways with him leaves us with a very heavy feeling in our hearts,” Ronin said in a statement regarding the decision.
“We’re sad to have Tyler “Spartan” Ganza not part of the roster for fall Season. I truly wish him the best of luck with finding a new team for the upcoming season and his career. It’s been a hell of a ride, good luck brother,” Halo team manager Lenny said of releasing “Spartan.”
Ronin is now looking ahead to the upcoming fall season of Halo Championship Series competitive play, continuing to strive as a growing force in esports.
We’d like to wish Tyler the best as he continues his career as one of the top competitive Halo players, and look forward to seeing him continue to grow.